I just bought a handy dandy new photo booth and have been putting it to good work finally getting my completed builds captured on film...well electrons, but you know what I mean. Anyway here is some armor that I've completed over [...]
Finally finished something other than figures. This is a 1/72 Hasegawa kit based on the Japanese anime series Macross. Hasegawa has been slowly increasing their line of these jets. The fit is not Tamiya but its not too bad. It goes from amazing [...]
Two word review: it's perfect.
Technically accurate, historically accurate (I've talked about Apollo with Buzz Aldrin, Deke Slayton and Gordo Cooper). Direction is superb, the screenplay is a delicate balance of the mundane and the fantastic, t[...]
It took me 1 month to build this amazing kit from hasegawa. I add a new cokpit in resine with a lot of details. It was one of my favorit kit hope you will like it my friends. You can found me on instagram my page is @joclonn_models !
First posting, this was done a year ago but just for testing purpose I am posting it here. you can also go check out my Facebook page and see all my other works, I will try to post most of these on here, so it will be most of the same.
My first posting here.
The HETZER from Academy was a build with some stones in my way, but at last I'm very happy with the result. The goal was a 'battleproofed' 38t with some wounds and heavy damage on the skirts. The camouflage is fantasy.
This is the Trumpeter Char B1 French Tank 1/72, beautiful small kit, a lot of details for a kit of this size.
Este es el Tanque frances Char B1 1/72 de Trumpeter, muy bonito modelo con muchos detalles a pesar de su tamaño.
Well, the pics were taken quite a few years ago, and depict some of the then still survivors from my aircraft building "golden age", many, many moons ago (between 35 to 40 years ago!) .
All these, and at least as many as these (mainly aircr[...]
Another beauty by PLASMO. The old (ancient?) Tamiya kit gets a proper treatment:
Photo of the US Navy collier ‘USS Jupiter’ taken on 16 Oct 1913. After an extensive rework in 1922 the USS Jupiter become the USS Langley (CV1) - the United States’ first aircraft carrier. The first aircraft carrier designed as such was not laid[...]